Less that an hour ago I wrote a post on writers block and now after a few minutes of Twitter I’m brimming with idea but have no time to write a long post so here are a few twitter thoughts under my fedora.
Mugabie reminds us that a revolutionary like George Washington who— Peter Ingemi (@DaTechGuyblog) September 6, 2019
Refuses a throne after victory
Has to be forced by popular demand to lead as president
Doesn't enrich his family off the country
Surrenders power willingly
& Withdraws from public life
Is the magnificent exception https://t.co/YmNmy3DXgb
It can not be overstated how lucky we were in our founding fathers.
Perhaps a few business courses in college (assuming said courses weren't just a progressive extolling socialism & hitting Trump) might have helped in this case.— Peter Ingemi (@DaTechGuyblog) September 6, 2019
This is one of the disadvantages of being surrounded by agents and hangers on who pump you up rather than talk reality https://t.co/W45H2DAISv
It’s supply and demand, as long as there is a credible replacement for you at a position as a player you are expendable, particularly if you choose to make a fool out of yourself.
Filed under “least surprising story of the day”
As climate change is apparently going to kill the few of us who survived:— Peter Ingemi (@DaTechGuyblog) September 6, 2019
Trump tax cuts
The end of net neutrality
The trade war with China
I guess making an insolvent program more insolvent doesn't matter does it? https://t.co/TwbNgWrUOj
Dead men don’t collect benefits. Maybe all those deaths are factored into the Bernie plan?
#rephrased— Peter Ingemi (@DaTechGuyblog) September 6, 2019
Hyman Roth via Godfather 2:
"There was this kid I grew up…We did our first work together – worked our way out of the street… So when he turned up dead – I let it go. And I said to myself, this is the business we've chosen" https://t.co/y38P6ZjWOc
Or as John Wayne put it in Cahill US Marshall: “If you don’t like the treatment don’t rob the banks.”